In recent years there has been a significant change in the way companies address the mental health of their employees. It is no longer simply about offering a good salary or commissions, but also seeking to create a work environment and company culture that truly promotes the mental health and well-being of workers. Not in vain, employees with good mental health will translate into improved performance and productivity. What’s more, the so-called emotional salary is increasingly important. In other words, what elements the company offers you beyond the payroll and that impact the worker’s life in the company.

While it is true that each company and team is unique, there are general strategies that can help promote employee mental health. In this sense, the American Psychological Association (APA) has disseminated the keys and strategies to improve the mental health of employees.